Expertise in physical therapy is not necessarily based on the years
of experience but rather on the development of advanced
clinical reasoning skills.

Resnik et al. (2003), Atkinson et al. (2011)


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January 17, 2012 — Done! One would think so anyways, considering that we are days away from our project deadline. And as far as our professional assignment project (PAP) is concerned, is receiving it’s finishing touch today. However, we must have tickled the right spots on some professionals dealing with clinical reasoning, resulting in ongoing conversation with various [...] read more


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  • Resnik L, Jensen GM. Using clinical outcomes to explore the theory of expert practice in physical therapy. Phys Ther. 2003;83:1090-106.
  • Rothstein JM, Echternach JL, Riddle DL. The Hypothesis-Oriented Algorithm for Clinicians II (HOAC II): a guide for patient management. Phys Ther. 2003;83(5):455-70.